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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Color Me Georgi

    by MONIQUE M. MCCULLOUGH
    I'm NAAAAAKEDDDD!!! Georgi is a sweet, playful flower who finds herself in the flowerbed without any colors. She has lots of friends, including Mrs. Sun and Mr. Ocean, who are willing to lend her some of their colors. But she needs your help to make it happen. See what unfolds, page by page, as children close their eyes and use their vivid imaginations to make Georgi a spectacular masterpiece! This unique, creative and interactive picture book not only shows children the power of their min... more
  • The Pumpkin and the Worms

    by Krasimir Karamfilov
    An arrogant and conceited pumpkin decides to become the biggest pumpkin in a field. When it asks the worms for help to achieve its goal, the worms help it, only to find themselves in trouble later. Needing help, the worms ask the pumpkin to return the favor. The pumpkin refuses. The worms have no choice but to fight for their lives and restore the balance in the field.
  • Super George and the Invisible Shield

    by Laurie P. Mendoza
    Kids keep saying things that make George mad. No matter how loudly he yells, they just won't stop. Worst of all, George is the one who keeps getting in trouble! His teacher says he's letting other people steal his power. Can Grandma and George's favorite superhero, Silent Knight, help him learn to stay in control and out of the Cool-Down Corner?
  • Watili, the Native American Slave Heroine

    by Anthony Garcia
    Sustainability and preservation of our Earth are never more evident than Watili, as she fights to return to her village, she demonstrates her ability to live independently with nature to sustain a paleo habit lifestyle and preserve nature it its original form Join Watili as she as enslaved by Apache invaders and survives a 700 mile forced walk from her Ute village of Parussi then connected to the only man that could return her to her family, the original cartographer-mapmaker of the American so... more
  • A Rare Gift: Book 1 Crystal Journals Series

    by G.Rosemary Ludlow

    Ten-year-old Susan Sinclair is a typical girl whose most exotic pastime, in the normal course of things, is her weekly martial arts class. But when a complete stranger gives her a rare crystal while she’s at a flea market with her parents, everything changes.

    Every time Susan sleeps, she wakes up on a nineteenth-century migrant ship headed for New York City. There, she meets a young boy named Jeremy who was orphaned at the beginning of the vessel’s journey.

    When Susan ... more

  • Dream-O-Doodle

    by Ursula Taylor
    Dream-O-Doodle is a bedtime story for children 2-6 written in a rhyming verse. It encourages children to go to sleep and shows what wonders can happen when they close their eyes revealing 11 different "dreamy" scenarios. Little rhyming chapters are selected on the basis of popularity amongst little ones (Animals, Dinosaurs, Magic, Space, Fairies and Elves, Friendly monsters, etc...). Dream-O-Doodle is meant to make bedtime fun and easy for children and parents.
  • Don't Mess with Coleman Stoops

    by Justin Lantier-Novelli
    Coleman Stoops just had his twelfth birthday, but he’s not getting popular anytime soon. The kids in his grade call him “Stoopy.” He hates the cruel nickname almost as much as he hates himself for always managing to accidentally play into it. The clothes he wears, the hobbies he loves, and the way he behaves in school all contribute to his eternally low ranking as the butt of everyone’s jokes. Coleman’s a dork, a dweeb, a nerd. He’s the fool of the school. So when the most popular kid in his... more
  • Thunder an Elephants journey, Tusker

    by Erik Daniel Shein
    Courage has no bounds…. A great tusker is in trouble, and destiny calls Thunder again. When a great tusker is captured by the uprights, Tusker’s mate, Thandi, seeks out the legendary Thunder to save her mate. Thunder and Razor are on a rescue mission, and time isn’t on their side. And when a young gifted boy, Jabari, drops from the trees wanting to help, Thunder is unsure what to trust, instinct or his heart. He could use the boy’s help, but uprights got them i... more
  • Here’s How to Deal: The Dance Dilemma

    by Erika Qualls Laing, Shayna Brody Whitehouse, Eleanor Gil-Kashiwabara
    Erika, Eleanor, and Shayna have written their debut book Here's How to Deal: The Dance Dilemma, centered around, Ben, Elias, Penelope, and Ruby. Four middle-schoolers who are learning that life, school, and friendships aren't always easy. The authors offer a unique perspective as both psychologists and parents of their own middle-schoolers. This first book in a series offers the story from the perspective of both boys and girls as they navigate the same few weeks of a school year an... more
  • Enlightenment

    by Reno Ursal
    18 year-old Dorothy Dizon's pending graduation takes a turn when she's meets bad boy Adrian Rosario and his odd knowledge of Filipino folklore. As a protector of the ancient Danag people of the Philippines, Adrian knows the truth behind Dorothy's Filipino heritage. Dorothy is unaware of the danger she's in as she connects the dots behind her dad's disappearance, while Adrian scrambles to keep her safe. Enlightenment, Book One of The Bathala Proverbs Series, captures the push and pull between fri... more
  • Why the Wind Loves Children

    by Fred Schlissel
    Everyone loves children but especially the wind. Read this story and find out why the Wind Loves Children The Wind Loves Children because it was the happy laughter of the children that gave energy to the wind so that it could blow. Children love the wind because it feels so good on their beautiful faces!
  • OOPS-A-DAISY

    by Melody Delgado
    Who wants to be stuck wearing a shaggy dog outfit or a chicken suit on television? Twelve-year-old aspiring singer, actress, Daisy De la Cruz, that’s who. She’ll do and wear just about anything to get ahead in the entertainment industry. But will all her embarrassing moments pay off and land her a spot in her arts magnet school’s coveted master class where she’ll be rubbing shoulders with top professionals in the entertainment industry? Or will she be doomed to play the role of an animal, vegeta... more
  • Frabbles

    by Chess Desalls
    Frabbles are fables written in the style of 100-word drabbles. Each piece is exactly 100 words long.
  • KINO and the KING: A Journey in Time

    by Jen Angeli
    Kino Kahele was hoping for a mobile device but instead receives a shimmery rock as a present – given to her by her grandmother. She tells Kino the stone is filled with mana, the lifeblood of the islands. It had been passed down for generations specifically for Kino on her twelfth birthday – to help her find her destiny. To keep her rock from bullies, Kino hides in the grass hut at Honolulu's Bishop Museum and drops her special stone into a conch shell. With a flash of bright light, she is trans... more
  • Clondike and Mudo's Adventure

    by Matt Armbruster
    Imagine having the chance to change your everyday, perhaps boring, life into something exciting. And perhaps a bit dangerous. Would you do it? In author M. C. Armbruster’s Clondike and Mudo’s Adventure, two junkyard rats decide to do just that. Using things they find in the junkyard, they build a spaceship and journey into space. They encounter excitement. Maybe more than they bargained for when they quickly find themselves under alien attack! Clondike and Mudo’s Adventure shows how wit, creati... more
  • Waldo Maccabees. in the Footsteps of Christ.

    by Thomas Jones
    What if Jesus Had a Dog? A dog that trotted along beside Him from Capernaum to Calvary? A dog that understood far more than any of the disciples? A dog that would protect Him with his life if he felt it were necessary? What difference would that have made in the lives of Jesus and the disciples? Those questions are answered in Waldo Maccabees, In the Footsteps of Christ. Along the way, the book’s firm foundation of solid research puts old familiar stories in their proper historical and sociolog... more

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